InPresence 172Precognition Versus Psychokinesis

Books Mentioned In This Interview

jeffrey mishlove the pk man: a true story of mind over matter stephen braude crimes of reason: on mind, nature, and the paranormal edwin may anomalous cognition: remote viewing research and theory stanley krippner varieties of anomalous experience william s lyon spirit talkers: north american indian medicine powers robert jahn brenda dunne margins of reality: the role of consciousness in the physical world walter von lucadou psi-phänomene neue ergebnisse der psychokinese-forschung sean mcnamara the telekinesis training method christian de quincey radical nature: the soul of matter

New Thinking Allowed host Jeffrey Mishlove, PhD, explains how it is often very difficult to distinguish between psychokinesis, or mind-over-matter, and precognition of future events. He exemplifies this by reference to his book, The PK Man. A dispute of these issues emerged between two prominent parapsychologists, Ed May and Stephen Braude. The issue is highlighted by recent New Thinking Allowed interviews focusing on PK — as well as a planned Live Stream “PK Party” scheduled on this channel for July 16 with Sean McNamara.

(Recorded on July 6, 2020)


Published on July 7, 2020


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